UAW supports 1,400 workers on strike against Kellogg

Detroit — The UAW is proud to stand in support of the 1,400 striking Kellogg workers represented by the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM) International Union who walked out on October 5 after the company failed to address worker concerns over wages, health care benefits, overtime and pensions. “We are truly at a crossroads for the working

STATEMENT OF UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY ON THE 108 MEMBERS OF THE U.S. HOUSE WHO ADVOCATE FOR PASSAGE OF THE KILDEE STABENOW PROVISION IN THE BUILD BACK BETTER INFRASTRUCTURE ACT

“The House Labor Caucus understands that we need jobs of the future to be as good or better than the union jobs they replace. By endorsing the Kildee-Stabenow Provision in the Build Back Better Infrastructure Act, the House members who signed this letter are standing up for UAW members and America’s middle class by helping

STATEMENT FROM UAW VICE PRESIDENT CINDY ESTRADA,  DIRECTOR OF THE UAW STELLANTIS DEPARTMENT ON STELLANTIS $229 MILLION INVESTMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

Detroit – “Today’s announced investment in the UAW Stellantis Kokomo plants is a result of the hard work and attention to quality that the UAW- Stellantis workforce has demonstrated over the past years. During the 2019 Negotiations the UAW Negotiators made it a priority that as we transition into the next generation of vehicles and

STATEMENT BY UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY ON PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN’S VISIT TO HOWELL, MICHIGAN & THE IMPORTANCE OF PASSING INFRASTRUCTURE BILLS

Detroit –  “The President’s trip to Howell is important to all Americans because we must invest in the American people and fix our crumbling infrastructure. President Joe Biden and Governor Gretchen Whitmer understand that without passage of both the bi-partisan infrastructure bill, and the jobs and economic stimulus of the Build Back Better bill, it

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